Recognising a need is only the first step; responding to that need is what delivers the benefit.


180821CaseStudyPhotoaaaA simple break at the British seaside brought this moving testimony from a mother and young daughter.

I experienced serious domestic assault 7 years ago by my partner which left me with life changing injuries. I almost died. The traumatic experience deeply affected me and my daughter.  My partner was imprisoned for the assault and I was anxious about his release. I felt alone with no support. To make matters worse, my daughter’s grandparents also passed away. My daughter was bullied at school and had to attend therapy, during which I also was informed that she has sensory needs on the spectrum of autism. Continue reading